My incredible nephew celebrated his sixth birthday over the weekend. I brought along my new camera, the Canon EOS M, to test it out. Family members, enjoy the pictures. Camera enthusiasts, I've included some of the settings for the pictures.
Shot on program mode, ISO 400, 22mm lens, 1/60th, f 4, flashThe tiny flash included with the kit has impressed me. I shot this across the room and both these kids have ridiculously blue eyes that normally turn red. It hit them with plenty of light to stop that from happening.
Shot on program mode, ISO 400, 100mm macro lens, 1/60th, f 4, flashI also purchased the lens converter, which allows the point and shoot sized camera work with all of my bigger lenses. I wanted to see if the flash would reach past a longer lens with a lens hood on. To my surprise, it did.
Shot on manual mode, ISO 3200, 40mm pancake lens, 1/60th, f 4, no flashTypical portrait of James these days. The 40mm lens is also new, because I wanted another tiny lens to go along with the camera. Loving the results so far; it's crisp and fast.
Shot on program mode, ISO 400, 40mm pancake lens, 1/200th, f 11, flashMy brother decided to photobomb this picture. Thanks, bro.
Shot on manual mode, ISO 800, 40mm pancake lens, 1/80th, f 2.8 no flash, window lightI was blown away by these shots; beautiful results that I would've gotten with my DSLR. Having super cute kids to photograph doesn't hurt either.